Body shape and colors

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topwater bass fishing lures

The Rattlin’ Chug Bug is more elongated than most poppers, especially the larger model. And both of these baits have more of a squashed oval shape to their bodies if you look down them from nose to tail, compared to other popping style topwaters which are typically rounder when viewed from this angle. These two attributes give the Rattlin’ Chug Bug a different look and action in the water.

This bait also comes in a wide variety of color choices, 17 in all. This gives the angler an option from black to bone, shad to bluegill and everything in between. Many of the color schemes are super detailed, with tiny scale patterns incorporated into the paint jobs. And Storm also offers up several colors that have a chrome finish to them, which do a great job of mimicking the reflective scales of a shad.